From a 12-year-old app developer to tips on banana hacking, just have a look at these terrific techie talks that every IT professional should watch for their insight into the future of computing. And though some of them were caprtured years ago, they're still revelant and amazing!
Thomas Suarez is not a typical 12-year-old who spends most of his time playing with friends in videogames. This boy has taught himself how to create them. He knows how to develop iPhone apps and is eager to share his experience with other children who can also become developers.
Founder of GNU Project and the Free Software Foundation Richard Stallman in his TED talks speaks about non-free apps and programs that guarantee their owners unlimited access to users' personal data and suggests how ordinary users can regain control over their computing.
Being The Linux Foundation CEO Jim Zemplins strives to make his best to support and ensure future computing development. And he knows what he is speaking about over his career he's met major technology trends of the recent decade: cloud computing, open source software and mobile conputing.
In the video he explains what the technology industry has learned from Linux, which lessons it has received from it's creator Linus Torvalds, and how this knowledge can be applied to various projects across the world.
Intenet of things is one of the most debatable tech trends today with many experts sharing their thoughts on how it can transform our future. Marco Annunziata is one of them, as he analyzes how IoT changes the industrial sector where high tech machines is already applied. The economist also provides his suggestions for their operationing improvements.
Jay Silver is a famous persona in the DIY community as he has super creative approach to technology. In his charming talk he speaks about the ability to play with the world that surrounds you and demonstrates his incredible inventions and a kit for hacking common objects.
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